Your Outreach Committee identifies a Ministry to focus on each month. They provide information through the web, newsletter and bulletins about how you can participate. To donate, please place your contribution (make your check out to Anoka UMC) in an envelope found in the pews, or in your offering envelope, and mark it with the name of this month’s ministry. 

Good Samaritan Fund

Helping Our Community All Year Long!

We maintain a Good Samaritan Fund for exactly that: helping those who have great needs, whether it is a church member or someone in the community. When they come to the church, this fund enables us to respond to those needs. We use a portion of the funds to keep groceries for emergencies to tide someone over until they can get to a food shelf or other help. 
This is available to anyone. This mission directly helps our friends and neighbors in the community. We hope you will support the effort this month to replenish this fund. In 2017 we handed out 81 food bags of groceries and helped in assistance in the amount of $3200. 
Thank you for your continued support!
Meals on Wheels
These are the weeks that Anoka United Methodist is responsible for delivering meals:
Aug 28-Sept 1, 2017
October 9-13, 2017
November 20-24, 2017
January 15-19, 2018
February 12-16, 2018
March 26-30, 2018
May 7-11, 2018
June 18-22, 2018
Look for the sign-up sheet for drivers prior to that week by the church office or contact our coordinator, Liz Balabon 763.753.2244
UMCA supports these organizations both financially and through volunteerism:
(To learn more just click on the link of your area of interest.) 

ACBC: Local food shelf

Alexandra House: Providing emergency shelter for abused women in the area.

 Community Emergency Assistance Program: (CEAP) The local food shelf in Anoka.

Feed My Starving Children: Packing food for shipment to several developing countries.

Cars for Neighbors: Accepts cars, repairs them and then donates them to eligible Anoka County residents.

Habitat-for-Humanity: Building low income homes in the area. 1-2 weeks each summer.

The Sheridan Story: Offering food and assistance to Lincoln School families living close to the church.

Meals-On-Wheels: Delivery of meals to senior citizens.  Several weeks a year.

Red Cross Bloodmobile

Salvation Army bell ringers

Stepping Stones: Homeless shelter in Anoka

O. C. Ministries: Building and supplying UM-related classrooms, clinics and churches in Jamaica, Liberia and Sierra Leone.  Collections twice a year.  Work team trips once or twice a year.

United Methodist Committee On Relief: Disaster relief throughout the world. Local disaster relief teams as needed.

Paul Webster: United Methodist missionary in Zambia specializing in agriculture.

Sierra Leone Annual Conference of the UMC District Superintendent funding:  Providing assistance for effective church and district administration.


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Worship Times     
     8:30 and 10:00 a.m.     
Sunday School     
 all ages at 10:00 a.m.
(youth & children meet Sundays during the school year except holiday weekends)   
Nursery Hours   
8:00 – 11:30 a.m.